ingrid michaelson are we there yet

fairytale girl // a love letter to someone soft, someone gentle, someone kind, someone that will hold your heart in their hands and keep it safe and warm.

bright (acoustic live)- echosmith // sacred heart- the civil wars // wonderwall- ed sheeran // flume- bon iver // are we there yet?- ingrid michaelson // cat stevens (live)- fatherson // girls just want to have fun- greg laswell // strange bird (live)- birdy // resolution- matt corby // city- sara bareilles // is there somebody who can watch you? (rainy version)- the 1975 // new morning- alpha rev //

Music In Real Life presents: The Mixtape Gift Guide

Want to show someone how much you care, but don’t quite know how to say it? Create a mixtape for them, the universal symbol that says “hey, I really like you, hopefully these tunes will show it”. Figure out the person you’re going to give this magical mixtape to and scroll down to find our top recommendations. Of course, nothing is better than putting a personal spin on these things, so add an extra track that you guys have jammed to together, or perhaps a song you can’t stop referencing during your times together. Either way, they’re bound to enjoy.


Whether they classify themselves as realists or romantics, none of that matters here because music is universal to all ideals. Create something she can wake up to, something she can cry to, but more importantly, something she can find you in when she feels lonely:

  1. Avalanche - WALK THE MOON
  2. Luv, Hold Me Down - Drowners
  3. Let Your Heart Hold Fast - Fort Atlantic
  4. Never Stop - SafetySuit
  5. Iris - The Goo Goo Dolls
  6. You Are Mine - MuteMath
  7. The Girl - City And Colour
  8. Bloom - The Paper Kites
  9. The Modern Leper (Cutting Room Sessions) - Frank Turner
  10. Medicine - The 1975


Known for being notoriously hard to shop for during gift-giving times, boys can sometimes be a little bit harder to analyze. Scientists have yet to discover what they exactly do want, but that doesn’t matter here. Create a mixtape that blows his mind, that makes him believe he doesn’t really need that new Call of Duty game, and that surprises him with how awesome your music taste is:

  1. Fineshrine - Purity Ring
  2. Every Other Freckle - alt-J
  3. To Be Alone - Hozier
  4. You and Me - You+Me  
  5. She’s Got You High - Mumm-Ra
  6. Sweet Disposition - The Temper Trap
  7. I Wanna Be Yours - Arctic Monkeys
  8. Rainy Zurich - The Fray
  9. What I Needed - Erin McCarley
  10. The Way I Am - Ingrid Michaelson


Remember when you pulled that all-nighter which will go down in history as the time you ate every bad kind of food all at once? Remember when you laughed so hard you could feel your non-existent abs starting to bulge out of your body? Remember the time you felt like complete shit and they were the first person you called? Create a mixtape that’s just as completely wonderful as they are and a mixtape that tells not only all of your adventures together, but how much you appreciate them on a daily basis:

  1. Oath - Cher Lloyd feat. Becky G
  2. I Feel Like Dancin’ - All Time Low
  3. Best Day of My Life - American Authors
  4. Kids In The Street - All-American Rejects
  5. With A Little Help From My Friends - The Maine feat. Lydia and Arkells
  6. Laughter Lines - Bastille
  7. Agape - Bear’s Den
  8. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
  9. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun - Cyndi Lauper
  10. Breathe (2 AM) - Anna Nalick


If you’re running out of present ideas for your parents (no, your dad doesn’t need another tie and your mom is probably better off without another bath set), a personalized gift that they’re sure to love is a mixtape. What kind of weird, lame music did they love to listen to back in the day? Find out the answer to that question and you have a mixtape they’ll constantly leave in their old cassette player or “CD-ROM DiscMan”. Here are suggestions of some of the great hits of the “olden days”, and some songs that will tug at their heart strings:

  1. China Grove - The Doobie Brothers
  2. Landslide - Fleetwood Mac
  3. American Woman - The Guess Who
  4. Born On the Bayou - Creedance Clearwater Revival
  5. The Best Day - Taylor Swift
  6. Dancing Queen - ABBA
  7. Green Eyed Lady - Sugarloaf
  8. Hazy Shade of Winter - The Bangles
  9. Come on Eileen - Dexy’s Midnight Runners
  10. Hotel California - The Eagles


He (she) loves me, he (she) loves me not. If you’re still picking the petals off of flowers and you don’t know where you stand with someone, giving them a mixtape might be the perfect, yet subtle way of expressing your feelings. Pretty much any love/breakup song could fit on this one, but these are a few of our favourites. 

  1. The Only Way Out - Bush
  2. I Want to Belong to You - Katie Herzig
  3. Kathleen - Catfish and the Bottlemen
  4. I Will Posses Your Heart - Death Cab for Cutie
  5. 11:11 - Arkells
  6. If I Could Change Your Mind - Haim
  7. Closer Than This - St. Lucia
  8. Fallingforyou - The 1975
  9. Wonderful Unknown (feat. Greg Laswell) - Ingrid Michaelson 
  10. We Might Be Dead By Tomorrow - Soko


No matter what anyone says about country music, or the songs on the radio, or liking a band just because they’re “cool”, your music taste is awesome because it’s yours. However, if you feel a little self-conscious giving someone who loves music as much as you do a mixtape, here are our suggestions that we hope will blow them away. 

  1. You’ll Never Know - The Maine
  2. Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair - Arctic Monkeys
  3. Milk - The 1975
  4. Danny, Dakota, & the Wishing Well - A Silent Film
  5. Your New Beloved - Lovelife
  6. Make Me A Bird - Elektrik People
  7. Chelsea Dagger - The Fratellis
  8. Free (feat. Emeli Sandé) - Rudimental
  9. Ghost - Halsey
  10. Work Song - Hozier


While the title might be a little vulgar, we know that when someone breaks your heart, there’s no room for politeness or gentleness. You may not be as confident (or as cheesy) as some music videos/movies where you actually give this mixtape to your ex to show them that you’ve moved on, but think of this one as a gift to yourself. Sometimes channeling your anger or sadness into a beautiful creation can be therapeutic, so go ahead and waste a blank CD on this one. 

  1. According to You - Orianthi
  2. Drown - Front Porch Step
  3. My Song 5 - Haim
  4. Over It - Katharine McPhee
  5. Black Roses - Clare Bowen
  6. #Icanteven (feat. French Montana) - The Neighbourhood
  7. Walk Over Me - The All-American Rejects
  8. You - The 1975
  9. Satan - The Composure
  10. Over You (feat. A Great Big World) - Ingrid Michaelson


If someone you know is going through a rough patch, a mixtape of epic, inspirational songs might make life a little more bearable. As with the other mixtapes, this gift is perfect  is a great solution to not knowing how to put your feelings into words. Luckily, artists have already completed that task for you. It would make this mixtape even more meaningful and effective if you were to add some personal favourites. 

  1. You Won’t Feel a Thing - The Script
  2. Pocketful of Sunshine - Natasha Bedingfield
  3. Little Wonders - Rob Thomas
  4. Don’t Give Up On “Us” - The Maine
  5. Keep Your Eyes Open - NEEDTOBREATHE
  6. Parade - Matchbox Twenty
  7. Lifeline - Mat Kearney
  8. Face Up - Lights
  9. Lonesome Dreams - Lord Huron
  10. Suddenly I See - KT Tunstall

anonymous asked:

*gently crashes through your wall* I'm doing a thing and I need Jasico songs so what are songs you relate to Jasico?

They’ve kind of reached that point where, uh… every song reminds me of them (sob) but here are the top picks for me:

Parachute by Cheryl Cole (but I prefer Ingrid Michaelson’s version) (Don’t believe the things you tell yourself so late night; You are your own worst enemy, you’ll never win the fight

Gone, Gone, Gone by Phillip Phillips (basically every single line in this song is p e r f e c t but the opening line is really the best summation of their relationship) (When life leaves you high and dry; I’ll be at your door tonight; If you need help, if you need help)

Home by Phillip Phillips (Don’t pay no mind to the demons, they fill you with fear;
The trouble it might drag you down; You get lost, you can always be found)

Are We There Yet by Ingrid Michaelson (They say you’re really not somebody till somebody else loves you; Well I am waiting to make somebody somebody soon)

Feel Again by OneRepublic (I reached out trying to love but I feel nothing; Yeah, my heart is numb; But with you I feel again)

Night Terror by Laura Marling (tHANKS TINYBRO I REALLY NEEDED THAT) (I woke up and he was screaming; I’d left him dreaming; I roll over and shake him tightly, and whisper “If they want you, then they’re gonna have to fight me,”)

Halo by Beyonce (Hit me like a ray of sun; Burning through my darkest night; You’re the only one that I want; Think I’m addicted to your light)

Sun Hands by Local Natives (I’ll endure the night; For the promise of light; I want to lift my hands towards the sun; Show me warmth; Baby, won’t you show me warmth again?)

You Found Me by The Fray (lost and insecure, you found me; losing her, the only one who’s ever known who I am)

Say When by The Fray (Come across you lost and broken; You’re coming to but you’re slow in waking;; Say when, and my own two hands will comfort you, tonight, tonight)

Stray Italian Greyhound by Vienna Teng (But you had to come along didn’t you; Break down the doors, throw open windows; Oh if you knew just what a fool you have made me)

Falling Slowly by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova (You have suffered enough; And warred with yourself; It’s time that you won)

After the Storm by Mumford & Sons (And there will come a time, you’ll see, with no more tears; And love will not break your heart and dismiss your fears)

Friend Please by Twenty One Pilots (Petrified of who you are and who you have become; You will hide from everyone, denying you need someone)

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boy oh boy do i love song tags

tagged by the cool as ice sonny boy @coffee-esque for the first ten songs on my shuffle and my favorite lyric

1. “Are We There Yet” by Ingrid Michaelson

they say you’re not somebody, until somebody else loves you

2. “Teardrops On My Guitar” by Taylor Swift

the only one who’s got enough of me to break my heart

3. “Sweetest Devotion” by Adele

all my life, you’re my darkness, you’re the right kind of madness

4. “Girls Chase Boys” by Ingrid Michaelson

i’ve got two hands, one beating heart, and i’ll be alright

5. “Jar of Hearts” by Christina Perri

don’t you know i’m not your ghost anymore, i’ve lost the love i love the most

6. “Make It Stronger” by Cimorelli

my heartbeat warns me not to go, i never was good at listening though

7. “One Step Ahead” by A Great Big World

how could i ever be enough, worthy of someone else’s love?

8. “Nowhere To Go” by Hurricane Love

my legs are shaking, i’m smiling, faking, move into the light

9. “This Is Gospel” by Panic! at the Disco

cause these words are knives that often leave scars, the fear of falling apart

10. “Everything” by Passenger

cause nothing’s ever something ‘till you lose (give) everything

I tag: @madisnoo-8 @swifteforeverandalways @memechanicalengineer2020 @music-is-the-voice-of-the-soul @lionheartsjewel and @pottsisstarksheart

oceans between us // a caskett playlist

1.oceans/seafret 2.the dumbing down of love/frou frou 3.salted wound/sia 4.oceans/coldplay 5.give me something/seafret 6.thoughts/adna 7.the absence of your company/kim richey 8.hush/dotan 9.dark/luke sital-singh/ 10.repeating/james vincent mcmorrow 11.are we there yet/ingrid michaelson 12.iris/goo goo dolls 13.where i find you/dustin tebbutt

(gorgeous cover art made by behindgreeneyess​)

songs for relaxing mornings, warm blankets and cups of coffee or tea.

// 1.  Cold Coffee - Ed Sheeran // 2. She Is Love - Parachute // 3. Don’t Go Slow - Benjamin Francis Leftwich // 4. And Then You - Greg Laswell // 5. Grow Old With Me - Tom Odell // 6. Are We There Yet - Ingrid Michaelson // 7. I Won’t Let You Go - James Morrison // 8. Stay Alive - Jose Gonzalez // 9. Way Back When - Kodaline // 10. So Far (It’s Alright) - The 1975 // 11. Mess Is Mine - Vance Joy // 12. Never Fade - Jack Johnson // 13. Just A Boy - Angus & Julia Stone // 14. Old Scars - Ryan Keen // 15. And If My Heart Should Somehow Stop - James Vincent McMorrow // 16. Tee Shirt - Birdy // 17. How Long Will I Love You - Ellie Goulding // 18. Only Love - Ben Howard // 19. Free Fallin’ - John Mayer // 20. Re:Stacks - Bon Iver //

~ listen here ~

my brallie af playlist

over you - ingrid michaelson feat. a great big world

“maybe if i tell myself enough, maybe if i do, i’ll get over you”

circles - the young romans

“yea i love you / but i shouldn’t have said it yet / and i know you feel it too / but i was never good at playing hard to get”

safe in my hand - eli lieb

“so take my hand / don’t be scared / we can go anywhere”

cross that line - joshua radin

“for you i’d break these walls / i’d choose to fall / i’m going to cross that line for you”

anchor holds the sea - captains and captives

“i know you’re worried / but everything comes in waves / you feel like you’re drowning / i will keep you safe”

collide - howie day

“i’m quiet you know / you make a first impression / well, i’ve found i’m scared to know / i’m always on your mind”

tomorrow - daughter

“don’t bring tomorrow / ‘cause i already know / i’ll lose you”

can’t help falling in love - ingrid michaelson

“so take my hand, and take my whole life too / ‘cause i can’t help falling in love with you”

make a shadow - meg myers

“run away, run away, let’s leave tomorrow / when the city floods we’ll build our castle”

eyes closed - the narrative

“well, i’m sorry for the things i had to say / and i’m sorry i pushed your hand away”

and my favorite scars - james bay

“we live through scars this time / but i’ve made up my mind / we can’t leave us behind anymore” 

I. birdy - all you never say II. ingrid michaelson - are we there yet III. coeur de pirate - slow show IV. alex turner - glass in the park V. city and colour - hope for now VI. ben howard - black flies VII. bon iver - i can’t make you love me VIII. angus & julia stone - wasted IX. of monsters and men - silhouettes X. death cab for cutie - your heart is an empty room XI. the civil wars - the one that got away XII. florence & the machine - no light, no light


Fanmix Master List

For anyone interested, these are all the fanmixes created by you wonderful followers:


  1. Brandi Carlile - “The Story”
  2. Georgia Satellites - “Keep Your Hands to Yourself”
  3. Mountain - “Mississippi Queen”
  4. Florence + the Machine - “Strangeness and Charm”
  5. Goo Goo Dolls - “Iris”
  6. Natalie Merchant - “My Skin”
  7. Nina Simon - “I Want A Little Sugar in My Bowl”
  8. Reba McEntire - “Fancy”
  9. Ego Likeness - “I Live on What’s Left”
  10. Incubus - “Southern Girl”
  11. Pat Monahan - “Her Eyes”
  12. Lady Gaga - “You and I”
  13. Janis Joplin - “Piece of My Heart”
  14. Kill Hannah - “Lips Like Morphine”
  15. Lita Ford - “Kiss Me Deadly”
  16. Better Than Ezra - “A Southern Thing”


  1. Sheryl Crow - “Strong Enough”
  2. Imagine Dragons - “Demons”
  3. Garbage - “Stroke of Luck”
  4. HIM - “Razorblade Kiss”
  5. Tori Amos - “A Sorta Fairytale”
  6. John Legend - “All of Me”
  7. Lady Antebellum - “Need You Now”
  8. Sick Puppies - “Poison”
  9. Lana Del Rey - “Blue Jeans”
  10. John Mayer - “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room”
  11. P!nk featuring Nate Ruess - “Just Give Me a Reason”
  12. Jeff Buckley - “Hallelujah”
  13. The Civil Wars - “The One That Got Away”
  14. Better Than Ezra - “Hey Love”
  15. Frank Sinatra - “Luck Be a Lady”


  1. Florence + the Machine - “Howl”
  2. Leona Lewis - “Hurt”
  3. Better Than Ezra - “The Killer Inside”
  4. Former Vandal - “War”
  5. Eddie Veddie - “You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away”
  6. Kelly Clarkson - “Dark Side”
  7. Apoptgyma Berzerk - “Lost in Translation”
  8. Brandie Carlile - “Downpour”
  9. Kenna - “Phantom Always”
  10. Ray LaMontagne - “Let It Be Me”
  11. Liz Phair - “Support System”
  12. Nine Inch Nails - “Closer”
  13. The Civil Wars - “Poison & Wine”
  14. Stabbing Westward - “Inside You”


  1. Placebo - “Begin the End”
  2. Natalie Imbruglia - “Torn”
  3. Leela James - “A Change Is Gonna Come”
  4. Daft Punk - “Something About Us”
  5. Jessie J - “Magnetic”
  6. VNV Nation - “In Defiance”
  7. The Cranberries - “Zombie”
  8. Florence + the Machine - “Only If For A Night”
  9. Depeche Mode - “The Sinner In Me”
  10. Ingrid Michaelson - “Are We There Yet?”
  11. Rachael Yamagata - “The Only Fault”
  12. Vienna Teng - “Recessional”
  13. David Bowie - “Heroes”
  14. MC Hammer - “U Can’t Touch This”

Rogue Family

  1. Gillian Welch - “No One Knows My Name”
  2. Soul Asylum - “Runaway Train”
  3. The Dresden Dolls - “Girl Anachronism”
  4. Garbage - “Happy Home”
  5. Glee Cast - “Get it Right”
  6. Better than Ezra - “Beautiful Mistake”
  7. Dolly Parton - “Silver Dagger”
  8. Avicii - “Hey Brother”
  9. Gary Numan - “My Last Day”
  10. Vienna Teng - “The Tower”
  11. Miranda Lambert - “Gunpowder & Lead”
  12. Country Heroes - “Friends in Low Places”
  13. Within Temptation - “Stand My Ground”
  14. Lydia - “A Fine Evening for a Rogue”


  1. “Imagine” (Prof. X)
  2. “The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades” (Cyclops)
  3. “The Scientist” (Beast)
  4. “Dark Angel” (Archangel)
  5. “Rise Like a Phoenix” (Jean Grey)
  6. “New Zero” (Iceman)
  7. “With a Wonder and a Wild Desire” (Banshee)
  8. “Beautiful” (Storm)
  9. “Grace” (Nightcrawler)
  10. “Metal Heart” (Colossus)
  11. “One Girl Revolution” (Shadowcat)
  12. “Nuclear” (Magneto)
  13. “Turning Japanese” (Psylocke)
  14. “Anna Marie” (Rogue)
  15. “Scream Where My Heart Should Be” (Jubilee)
  16. “Postcard from Paris” (Gambit)
  17. “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” (Emma Frost)
  18. “Veteran” (X-23)
  19. “Doppelganger” (Mystique)
  20. “Run” (Quicksilver)
  21. “Spellwork” (Scarlet Witch)
  22. “Bigmouth Strikes Again” (Deadpool)

Age of Apocalypse

  1. Apocalyptica - “Hope”
  2. Evanescence - “Lost in Paradise”
  3. 30 Seconds to Mars - “Hurricane”
  4. The Smashing Pumpkins - “The End is the Beginning is the End”
  5. The Prodigy - “Breathe”
  6. Daft Punk - “Tron Legacy (End Credits)”
  7. Nine Inch Nails - “March of the Pigs”
  8. VNV Nation - “Kingdom”
  9. De/Vision - “Hope Won’t Die”
  10. Gene - “Sleep Well Tonight”
  11. Nirvana - “Something in the Way”
  12. R.E.M. - “It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel FIne)”
  13. Apocalyptica - “Hope Vol. 2”

sounds perfect 

a walking off into the sunset spirit portal playlist because there should be a mix for when bisexual girlfriends are about to have “adventures” in the spirit world

Let Me In Grouplove // I Choose You Sara Bareilles // Geronimo SHEPPARD // Drive The Well Pennies // Sail Into the Sun Gentlemen Hall // Unpack Your Heart Phillip Phillips // Carousel Vanessa Carlton // Go Where the Love Is Edie Brickell and The Gaddabouts // Until We Get There Lucius // Best Shot Birdy & Jaymes Young // Thinking Out Loud Ed Sheeran // Can’t Help Falling in Love Ingrid Michaelson // The Moon Song Karen O. & Ezra Koenig // Legend of Korra final musical cue because I don’t know the title yet // listen here

Cover Art by Raven

Ingrid Michaelson Starters || Everybody

Change pronouns / descriptors as necessary!

  • “I don’t believe in anything but myself.”
  • “How do I know if I’ll make it through?”
  • “Now I believe in something else.”
  • “The battle with the heart isn’t easily won.”
  • “In this world it’s hard to get it right.”
  • “Everybody wants to be loved.”
  • “They say that home is where the heart is.”
  • “I guess I haven’t found my home.”
  • “Are we there yet?”
  • “This is too much.”
  • “My love’s too big for you.”
  • “I find you stunning.”
  • “You are running me down.”
  • “If I was stronger then I would tell you no.”
  • “Here we go again.”
  • “You won’t leave me.”
  • “Tell me what to do.”
  • “I never thought I’d fall so far down.”
  • “I’ll say goodbye again tonight.”
  • “The third time’s the charm.”
  • “You are not mine to ask things of.”
  • “Promise not to promise anymore.”
  • “I’ll never say that I’ll never love.”
  • “I don’t say a lot of things.”
  • “One day you’ll go away.”
  • “Everything you love and hold so dear won’t really matter when we disappear.”
  • “So long to ever afters.”
  • “I can’t find myself tonight.”
  • “Don’t delay.”
  • “Something tells me I gotta go away.”
  • “Just because there once was love don’t mean a thing.”
  • “You just can’t be here.”
  • “When will I learn?”
  • “I don’t wanna be the one to say goodbye.”
  • “Maybe in the future you’re gonna come back.”
What I'm currently listening to...Studying Edition

These are the songs I play when I want a little bit of background music as I study or do homework: 

1. One and Only - Adele 

2. Wake Me Up - Ed Sheeran 

3. Your Song - Ellie Goulding 

4. We Don’t Eat - James Vincent McMorrow 

5. This Is The Thing - Fink 

6. Catch Me - Demi Lovato 

7. Tell Me A Story - Phillip Phillips 

8. Lego House - Ed Sheeran 

9. Say Something - Alex & Sierra 

10. Flaws (Recorded at Abbey Road) - Bastille 

11. If I Didn’t Know Better - The Civil Wars

12. Honey Come Home - Elenowen 

13. Through the Dark - One Direction 

14. Start of Time - Gabrielle Aplin 

15. She Is In The Air - Green River Ordinance 

16. Wanted - Hunter Hayes 

17. Are We There Yet - Ingrid Michealson 

18. Friends, Lover or Nothing - John Mayer 

19. Heart Beats - Johnnyswim 

20. Gone, Gone, Gone - Phillip Phillips 

21. Gravity - Sara Bareilles 

22. Breakeven - The Script 

23. All the Faint Lights - Steve Moakler 

24. Sweet Disposition - The Temper Trap 

25. Oats in the Water - Ben Howard 

anonymous asked:

ally, can you pick say 10 songs that you have strong memories of and tell us their story?

I would LOVE to. What a great question.

  • Jack and Diane by John Cougar Mellancamp - This song reminds me of long drives around Australia in the old kombi with my dad. He loved this song, as well as The Eagles and Roy Orbison (I think they were just the only tapes he had) and will always be the soundtrack for that time.
  • Fire and Rain by James Taylor - It reminds me of someone in my life who passed away, but also just any real hardship and the process of coming through it.
  • Everything by Michael Buble - Back maybe 7 years ago or so a friend and I used to love singing this song. There’s that one line that is just my favourite and makes me smile so hard. Then I introduced @oats-and-yoga to it during our roadtrip and share the memory with her now too.
  • Landslide by Fleetwood Mac - In 2014 I was climbing a literal mountain in Switzerland with some of my close friends, and played this song as we got close to the top. The song itself also reminds me of the Glee cover and is incredibly sad, but this was a beautiful and special moment.
  • Up On The Roof by James Taylor - Right after mum had surprised me with a James Taylor tribute show, we were driving home and she asked if I could somehow play some songs through the car. This was the first I put on, and I remember just being on cloud nine as we belted this out together after such a beautiful and moving experience.
  • Going To Carolina by James Taylor - I’ve posted the story of this song on here before, but now it has the added meaning of reminding me of One Tree Hill and I want to visit North Carolina properly for these two things that bring me so much joy. (James and OTH)
  • Lady Madonna - I remember this one so specifically. On a school camp, my “boyfriend” at the time played it on the piano and a bunch of us sang along and that group of friends I had were what reignited my Beatles love. One of the teachers’ was one of the boys’ dads and he totally pushed it along (both our awkward relationship and my music taste)
  • Shower The People by James Taylor - When I was studying for Year 12 exams I went away to a little house down on the coast without wifi or a TV. I listened to James basically non stop during those days and this one was a favourite. I really love the lyrics of the chorus.
  • Sugar Sugar by the Archies - I found it initially from the Now and Then soundtrack and it brings me back to that scene of them riding their bikes through town with a radio on the front of the handles. It also reminds me of such a specific time of high school, the people I was friends with, the boys I kissed and the person I was becoming. It’s a great song.
  • Happy Little Hippie by Cody Simpson - I remember hearing this for the first time in LA. Sjana and I were driving from Malibu back to our hotel and I think she’d been at the Simpson’s house the night before. I hadn’t heard the album yet and when this song came on we were going along the PCH and I felt so free and it’s just such a jam.
  • Without You by Ingrid Michaelson - Greys. Always.

I WANT EVERYONE READING THIS TO ANSWER THE SAME QUESTION AND MAKE A POST LIKE THIS. Tell me songs that remind you of certain moments from your life. Tag me so I can read it and listen to them :)